How Cuba's doctors became her biggest export
For about 60 years, Cuba has been sending healthcare professionals around the world. This is done in solidarity with those in need, but also as part of a concerted campaign of medical diplomacy and to make money to help the country survive an ongoing US embargo.
Coronavirus: Why Abba Kyari's status is a big deal
A few hours ago, the news was awash that Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari, has tested positive for Coronavirus. This made headlines over the country and GuardianTV brings you why Abba Kyari's coronavirus status is a big deal to Nigerians.
A federation without federal character || Inside Stuff
The "federal character" is a principle, which was enshrined in Nigeria's Constitution since 1979 to ensure that appointments to public service institutions fairly reflect the linguistic, ethnic, religious, and geographic diversity of the country. As it is, it seems to be missing in our federation. The multi-award-winning columnist and Executive Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board, Martins Oloja, takes an analytical look at this issue in the latest installment of Inside Stuff.
FEC moves to solve power sector’s problems
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday resolved to address the problems facing the nation’s power sector to boost electricity supply across the country.
Nigeria's growing animation industry
With Dawn of Thunder set for release in 2020, Nigeria could get its first animated feature highlighting the growth in the country's animation industry. Funding and manpower are major challenges but animation studios continue to produce animated projects despite different disappointments.
Again, they forgot Abuja's birthday
On 3 February 1976, military head of state Murtala Mohammed announced that Nigeria’s Federal Capital would in the future move to a location in the central part of the country. That location was Abuja. But today, as has been the case for some years now, nobody in government remembers to mark the date. The multi-award-winning columnist and Executive Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board, Martins Oloja, takes an analytical look at this issue in the latest instalment of ‘Inside Stuff.’
Nigeria closes its borders to stop the flow of prohibited goods
Africa's most populous country, Nigeria, has shut its land borders with neighboring countries. It wants to stop of the flow of goods on an import prohibition list.
CBN sets December 31st deadline for 65% LDR target: A wrap of Nigeria’s FX markets
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has charged 12 banks over N400bn for failing to meet the loan-to-deposit-ratio (LDR) target set by Apex Bank. CBN had set September 30th as deadline for banks in the Country to meet the 60 per cent loan-to-deposit-ratio target. To discuss this story, Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.
Stop complaining, you've power to change your country, U.S. Envoy urges Nigerian youths
Stop complaining, you've power to change your country, U.S. Envoy urges Nigerian youths.
In shadow of crackdown, Turkey failed coup
Turkey marking the first anniversary Saturday of the attempted overthrow of President Tayyip Erdogan -- even as the country remains in a state of emergency.